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The mobile brought us our rights, beliefs
India

The mobile brought us our rights, beliefs

As a single woman, the smartphone has been my companion on umpteen solo travel expeditions and also been my “pepper spray” in vulnerable moments

Handling a mobile needs a degree of maturity
India

Handling a mobile needs a degree of maturity

The cellphone only compounds, on all levels, our already only complicated existence

Xiaomi announces a 70 percent jump in smartphone sales in the second quarter of 2017
News & Analysis

Xiaomi announces a 70 percent jump in smartphone sales in the second quarter of 2017

Xiaomi and Finnish mobile phone manufacturer Nokia on 5 July signed an agreement for business collaboration .

Impending Apple iPhone 8 release leaves electronics makers scrambling for stock of memory chips
News & Analysis

Impending Apple iPhone 8 release leaves electronics makers scrambling for stock of memory chips

Some investors and analysts have voiced concerns about potential "de-speccing," where product makers cut back on memory to cope with the shortages or margin pressures.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 to be unveiled on 20 June; to feature 9.7-inch QXGA Super Amoled display
News & Analysis

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 to be unveiled on 20 June; to feature 9.7-inch QXGA Super Amoled display

With a 9.7-inch display, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is slightly smaller than 10.5 inch Apple's iPad Pro.

Uttar Pradesh village Madora bans women from using mobile phones in public: Here's why
India

Uttar Pradesh village Madora bans women from using mobile phones in public: Here's why

A village in Uttar Pradesh has banned women from using mobile phones in public in an attempt to restrict their contacts with men and plans hefty fines for violators, police said Wednesday.

Jammu and Kashmir bypolls: Police recover cellphones from Baramulla district jail, suspect inmates' role in unrest
Politics

Jammu and Kashmir bypolls: Police recover cellphones from Baramulla district jail, suspect inmates' role in unrest

The Kashmir police on Sunday recovered 14 cell phones and incriminating material from the possession of jail inmates in north Kashmir's Baramulla district.

JPMorgan Chase introduces card-free ATMs, allows cash withdrawal with mobile phones
News & Analysis

JPMorgan Chase introduces card-free ATMs, allows cash withdrawal with mobile phones

JPMorgan Chase customers will soon be able to withdraw cash or initiate other transactions using their cellphone at Chase ATMs being upgraded later this year.

Cellphone data could help infrastructure planning in developing world, claims study
News & Analysis

Cellphone data could help infrastructure planning in developing world, claims study

Cellphone data can be used to help developing countries plan electrical infrastructure based on population distribution and projected energy consumption, researchers say.

Next step for Swachh Bharat: Passengers can now send SMS to get train coach or toilet cleaned
India

Next step for Swachh Bharat: Passengers can now send SMS to get train coach or toilet cleaned

Railway ministry has launched an SMS service for passengers on a long-distance train in India for getting the coach or toilet cleaned.

Pakistan tightens cellphone control after Taliban massacre
News & Analysis

Pakistan tightens cellphone control after Taliban massacre

Almost every Pakistani citizen has a cellphone, but from now on, Big Brother is checking to make sure their name, number and fingerprints are on record.

Mobile apps are potential target for cyber-attacks: Report
News & Analysis

Mobile apps are potential target for cyber-attacks: Report

Cellphones with mobile apps could be potential target of cyber attacks globally and subscribers' data including usernames and passwords are at risk, security software maker McAfee said today.

Sharad Yadav raises concern over software allowing illegal calls
News & Analysis

Sharad Yadav raises concern over software allowing illegal calls

Senior JD (U) leader Sharad Yadav has raised concerns about a software which enable one to make calls illegally by compromising the genuine mobile numbers and urged Home Ministry to launch a probe into the matter.

Mobile phones do not cause any adverse health effect: WHO
Life

Mobile phones do not cause any adverse health effect: WHO

WHO has sought to reassure billions of mobile phone subscribers that no adverse effect has been found till date on an individual's health by its use.

Hello.. Hello... Heck? Why are cellphone users losing it during the festive season
Life

Hello.. Hello... Heck? Why are cellphone users losing it during the festive season

From non-connectivity to poor voice quality or from delivery failure of SMSes to accessing internet on cellphones, you name a problem you get it here.

London's red phone boxes to become charging bays for mobiles
World

London's red phone boxes to become charging bays for mobiles

London's red phone boxes, which have been obsolete by cell phones, are going green literally and being trasnformed as solar- powered charging stations.

China creates its first cellphone-free sidewalk
Life

China creates its first cellphone-free sidewalk

Taking a cue from an American TV program, the Chinese city of Chongqing has created a smartphone sidewalk lane, seemingly offering a path for those too engrossed in messaging and tweeting to watch where they're going.

Police must get warrant before searching cellphones, rules US court
World

Police must get warrant before searching cellphones, rules US court

A unanimous US Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that police may not generally search the cellphones of people they arrest without first getting search warrants in a strong defense of digital age privacy.